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Ravens1991
06-23-2007, 07:50 PM
What are your expecations for our players. Here are mine...


Willis McGahee- 1,100+ yard season and 7+ TDs
McNair- 15 TD 9 INT
T-sizzle-12 sacks, constant double teams though
Haloti Ngata-30+ tackles, 2+ sacks and dominates the interior
Ed Reed- 5 INT 2 TD
Bart Scott-100 tackles 10+ sacks


who I think will make the pro bowl for us...

Ed Reed
Ray Lewis
T-sizzle
Bart Scott
C-mac
McGahee(alternate)
Heap(alternate)
Jon Ogden(alternate by name)

reese
06-23-2007, 07:57 PM
not a ravens fan but i love mcnair...i say 3500 yds+ 25tds 16 ints

Ravens1991
06-23-2007, 08:00 PM
wow I would love to see 1/2 of that happening.

ccB
06-23-2007, 08:10 PM
Antwan Barnes 7 sacks

Ravens1991
06-23-2007, 08:12 PM
Antwan Barnes 7 sacks

you really think he could get playing time? I mean I could see Cody ahead of him on the totem pole when it comes to situational pass rusher, plus JJ will be a head of him on the depth chart. But if(more like when) Cody gets injured I guess he could see a lot of time.

EdReedUnstoppable
06-24-2007, 08:56 AM
Steve McNair- 2800 YDs, 11 TDs, 9 INTs
Willis McGahee- 800 YDs, 3 TDs
Mark Clayton- 80 CTCHs, 1100 YDs, 5 TDs
Derrick Mason- 65 CTCHs, 800 YDs, 1 TD
Demetrius Williams- 30 CTCHs, 400 YDs, 2 TDs
Todd Heap- 70 CTCHs, 650 YDs, 3 TDs

Pro Bowlers: Jonathan Ogden, maybe Clayton depending on what other AFC WRs stats are, Jason Brown is a wild card to possibly make the PB with a great year.


Ray Lewis 100+ TCKs, 4 Sacks, 2 INTs
Bart Scott 80+ TCKs, 7 Sacks, 1 INT
Terrell Suggs 50+ TCKs, 14 Sacks
Trevor Pryce 50+ TCKs, 8 Sacks
Haloti Ngata 50+ TCKs, 4 Sacks
Chris McAlister 5 INTs
Dawan Landry 45+ TCKs, 4 Sacks, 3 INTs
Ed Reed 60+ TCKs, 2 Sacks, 4 INTs


Pro Bowlers: Ray Lewis, Ed Reed, Chris McAlister, Dawan Landry, Haloti Ngata, and Terrell Suggs

BigDawg819
06-24-2007, 09:55 AM
I expect the players to play, the coaches to coach, and the fans to continue to prove that M & T Bank is the toughest place to play for opposing teams.

reese
06-24-2007, 03:08 PM
Steve McNair- 2800 YDs, 11 TDs, 9 INTs
Willis McGahee- 800 YDs, 3 TDs
Mark Clayton- 80 CTCHs, 1100 YDs, 5 TDs
Derrick Mason- 65 CTCHs, 800 YDs, 1 TD
Demetrius Williams- 30 CTCHs, 400 YDs, 2 TDs
Todd Heap- 70 CTCHs, 650 YDs, 3 TDs

Pro Bowlers: Jonathan Ogden, maybe Clayton depending on what other AFC WRs stats are, Jason Brown is a wild card to possibly make the PB with a great year.


Ray Lewis 100+ TCKs, 4 Sacks, 2 INTs
Bart Scott 80+ TCKs, 7 Sacks, 1 INT
Terrell Suggs 50+ TCKs, 14 Sacks
Trevor Pryce 50+ TCKs, 8 Sacks
Haloti Ngata 50+ TCKs, 4 Sacks
Chris McAlister 5 INTs
Dawan Landry 45+ TCKs, 4 Sacks, 3 INTs
Ed Reed 60+ TCKs, 2 Sacks, 4 INTs


Pro Bowlers: Ray Lewis, Ed Reed, Chris McAlister, Dawan Landry, Haloti Ngata, and Terrell Suggs

r u expecting mcnair to not play for the whole season?

ccB
06-24-2007, 03:12 PM
you really think he could get playing time? I mean I could see Cody ahead of him on the totem pole when it comes to situational pass rusher, plus JJ will be a head of him on the depth chart. But if(more like when) Cody gets injured I guess he could see a lot of time.

I think its possible, if he comes in as a situational pass rusher he could pull a Mark Anderson and fill up the sack collum, especially with offensive lines having to worry about Suggs/Scott/ Ray etc...

This also stems from me having no faith in Dan Cody, I think Jarrett Johnson is in position for a big year, duddes a workhorse.

ccB
06-24-2007, 03:13 PM
r u expecting mcnair to not play for the whole season?

No, he is just not a fan of McNair.

niel89
06-24-2007, 03:16 PM
No, he is just not a fan of McNair.

or McGahee:D

reese
06-24-2007, 03:18 PM
No, he is just not a fan of McNair.


i just meant becuz he had the wrs/te catching for more yds then mcnair was throwing

ccB
06-24-2007, 03:20 PM
i just meant becuz he had the wrs/te catching for more yds then mcnair was throwing

Oh, he may be expecting Boller to get in some games than.

America
06-24-2007, 05:04 PM
Steve McNair- 2800 YDs, 11 TDs, 9 INTs
Willis McGahee- 800 YDs, 3 TDs
Mark Clayton- 80 CTCHs, 1100 YDs, 5 TDs
Derrick Mason- 65 CTCHs, 800 YDs, 1 TD
Demetrius Williams- 30 CTCHs, 400 YDs, 2 TDs
Todd Heap- 70 CTCHs, 650 YDs, 3 TDs

Pro Bowlers: Jonathan Ogden, maybe Clayton depending on what other AFC WRs stats are, Jason Brown is a wild card to possibly make the PB with a great year.

Wow, our offense blows. and not to nitpick, but McNair would have 2950 yards throwing to those four guys alone, so I'd say above 3000 would be more likely.

America
06-24-2007, 05:06 PM
I think its possible, if he comes in as a situational pass rusher he could pull a Mark Anderson and fill up the sack collum, especially with offensive lines having to worry about Suggs/Scott/ Ray etc...

This also stems from me having no faith in Dan Cody, I think Jarrett Johnson is in position for a big year, duddes a workhorse.

I have high expectations for Barnes, maybe not producing huge numbers, but getting good pressure on the QB. I think he'll immediately be our 3rd OLB, word is that Cody hurt his knee again and has to be reexamined. Barnes has that explosiveness off the edge to be a sack artist and a dominant special teamer.

Ravens1991
06-24-2007, 05:12 PM
he is my pick for the next Adalius, in the way he can play 4-3 DE,3-4 OLB,4-3OLB and not his DT and S versatility

America
06-24-2007, 05:24 PM
Steve McNair- 3500 YDs, 19 TDs, 12 INTs/1 rush TD
Willis McGahee- 1250 YDs, 7 TDs/30 CTCHs, 175YDs, TD
Mike Anderson/Musa Smith 450 YDs, 2 TD/20 CTCHs, 100 YDs
Mark Clayton- 75 CTCHs, 1100 YDs, 5 TDs
Derrick Mason- 60 CTCHs, 725 YDs, 1 TD
Demetrius Williams- 30 CTCHs, 450 YDs, 2 TDs
Yamon Figurs 10 CTCHs, 150 YDs, TD/1000 KR/PR YDs, TD
Todd Heap- 60 CTCHs, 675 YDs, 6 TDs
Daniel Wilcox 20 CTCHs, 150 YDs, TD

Pro Bowlers: Jonathan Ogden

Ray Lewis 100+ TCKs, 4 Sacks, 2 INTs
Bart Scott 100+ TCKs, 7 Sacks, 1 INT
Terrell Suggs 60+ TCKs, 11 Sacks, INT
Jarrett Johnson 60+ TCKS, 6 Sacks
Trevor Pryce 40+ TCKs, 8 Sacks
Kelly Gregg 60+, 1.5 Sacks
Haloti Ngata 40+ TCKs, 2.5 Sacks
Chris McAlister 40+ TCKs, 3 INTs
Samari Rolle 40+ TCKs, 2 INTs
Dawan Landry 55+ TCKs, 2 Sacks, 3 INTs
Ed Reed 60+ TCKs, 1 Sacks, 4 INTs
Antwan Barnes 20+ TCKs, 5 Sacks
Gary Stills 30+ TCKs, 1.5 Sacks
Gerome Sapp 20+ TCKs, Sack, INT
Corey Ivy 20+ TCKs, Sack, INT
Ronnie Prude 10+ TCKs, INT


Pro Bowlers: Ray Lewis, Ed Reed, Chris McAlister, Terrell Suggs

yeah I was really bored...

America
06-24-2007, 05:27 PM
he is my pick for the next Adalius, in the way he can play 4-3 DE,3-4 OLB,4-3OLB and not his DT and S versatility

He's almost exactly like Adalius coming out. Domination at a smallish school, insane triangle numbers, but not a real pro position. Hopefully he's smart enough to learn the D, and one day be our Adalius. 4.4 speed at 240. If he learns coverages, he should be dominant.

EdReedUnstoppable
06-25-2007, 07:37 AM
Oh, he may be expecting Boller to get in some games than.

Bingo, we have a winner! I just put in the starters and prolific guys. We all know Mike Anderson and Musa will run the ball along with Luchey or McClain whoever starts at FB. And also Figurs, Wilcox, Sypniewski, and Moore will all have catches too.

ChefMike
06-25-2007, 10:28 AM
My thoughts are that On Offense our OL will prove to be the Best in the AFC... and thus giving McGhee 1500+ and 10 TDs McNair time to throw in an offense he has an extra year of experience in and gives us 2800+ yds 20TD's 8 INTs and his highest completion rate of his career & Clayton and Heap have career years both over 1000+ yds and at least 6 TD's a piece. All that happening and Le'Ron McClain showing that he is a pro bowl FB in the making..

On Defense I would expect the same performance as last year with the emergence of a few new faces to the mix and veterans being healthy all year and us sending 8 total defenders to the pro bowl. Ray Lewis, Ed Reed, Bart Scott, T-Sizzle, Trevor Pryce, Haloti Ngata, Chris McAlister, Kelly Gregg !

BigDawg819
06-25-2007, 11:13 AM
My thoughts are that On Offense our OL will prove to be the Best in the AFC... and thus giving McGhee 1500+ and 10 TDs McNair time to throw in an offense he has an extra year of experience in and gives us 2800+ yds 20TD's 8 INTs and his highest completion rate of his career & Clayton and Heap have career years both over 1000+ yds and at least 6 TD's a piece. All that happening and Le'Ron McClain showing that he is a pro bowl FB in the making..

On Defense I would expect the same performance as last year with the emergence of a few new faces to the mix and veterans being healthy all year and us sending 8 total defenders to the pro bowl. Ray Lewis, Ed Reed, Bart Scott, T-Sizzle, Trevor Pryce, Haloti Ngata, Chris McAlister, Kelly Gregg !

First it will be a major step for our Offensive Line to be the best in the AFC. With that said I don't see us as the best by seasons end but probably top5.

Second that's asking a whole lot of a 4th round pick to come in and play at a Pro Bowl level, especially in the AFC with Lorenzo Neal and Dan Kreider already established top level fullbacks.

Third its not a huge stretch for the defense to have a similar performance as last year, but what new faces are you referring to? David Pittman, Antwan Barnes, Dan Cody, Derrick Martin? As for the Pro Bowl numbers, if we had the number 1 defense in the NFL last season and couldn't get more players in then I wouldn't hold my breath for 8 this year unless we are the number 1 seed in the playoffs.

Ravens1991
06-25-2007, 11:34 AM
wow are you serious about offense I would love for that to happen but I dought it will.

America
06-25-2007, 12:21 PM
ChefMike is very positive and optimistic. Very nice.

BigDawg819
06-25-2007, 12:24 PM
ChefMike is very positive and optimistic. Very nice.

I also feel gullible and naive could be used as well.....

niel89
06-25-2007, 03:26 PM
Bingo, we have a winner! I just put in the starters and prolific guys. We all know Mike Anderson and Musa will run the ball along with Luchey or McClain whoever starts at FB. And also Figurs, Wilcox, Sypniewski, and Moore will all have catches too.

Clarence Moore: 150 yards 3 tds. Big Year

EdReedUnstoppable
06-26-2007, 12:28 AM
Clarence Moore: 150 yards 3 tds. Big Year

Thats absurd, it will be hard to get that many yards when your #5 on the depth chart behind Clayton, Mason, DWill, and Yamon That Figurs.

I say 1 catch 1 yard 1 TD.

BigDawg819
06-26-2007, 12:43 AM
Thats absurd, it will be hard to get that many yards when your #5 on the depth chart behind Clayton, Mason, DWill, and Yamon That Figurs.

I say 1 catch 1 yard 1 TD.

I say I will have better stats at the end of the year then Clarence Moore. Remember I'm just as TALL as Clarence. :D

niel89
06-26-2007, 04:03 AM
Thats absurd, it will be hard to get that many yards when your #5 on the depth chart behind Clayton, Mason, DWill, and Yamon That Figurs.

I say 1 catch 1 yard 1 TD.

not when kyle boller comes back. he knows where the touchdowns are :D